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willoneal

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I find this completely irritating and maddening.

When I want to copy lines out of a log file, I select the lines in the log I want to copy. As soon as my selection is complete and I release the mouse, I hear tone that sounds like it's telling me I've done something wrong. With the lines still highlighted, I press Command-c to copy the highlighted lines, nothing happens - nothing is in the copy buffer. So I right click on the highlighted area, and select Copy, but at the right click, the highlighted is de-selected, and a message pops up to tell me to press Command-c to copy, which I do. I'm not sure I need 2 dialog boxes telling me how to copy, but NOTHING IS COPIED.

When I go to paste, nothing is in the buffer.

How do I get short sections of the log file into my copy buffer, short of saving them to a text file, opening the text file, copying them out of the text file?

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Radek Sip (Kerio)

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It's some bug, try press Command+C twice. :-/

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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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It works in Chrome (command + C) but not Safari.

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willoneal

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It doesn't work in any browser, on any computer, that I use. - Chrome & Safari.

However, pressing Command-C twice does copy the information.
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